El Townes Van Zandt by Carlos Hernandez
Townes van Zandt
It’s easy to find Teresa Forcades in the crowd at Barcelona’s airport. She’s wearing a nun’s habit.
Sister Forcades is Spain’s most famous living nun. She’s a medical doctor with a master’s degree from Harvard. She’s a feminist who’s been reprimanded by the Vatican for supporting abortion rights. She’s a Benedictine nun in a country where the Catholic Church has historically sided with fascists.
And she’s hugely popular.
Photo: Lauren Frayer for NPR
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East Village, Manhattan, New York
$1,199,000 | 2 Bedrooms | 1.5 Bathrooms | Condo
Welcome home to this insanely charming and bright two bedroom, one and half bath duplex in a well-run boutique condo in the East Village. This apartment exudes a feeling of homeyness with its open kitchen, dining and living area which boasts four windows overlooking a tranquil and extremely quiet courtyard.
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Explore the East Village
no wonder New Yorkers are so unhappy. $1.2 mil for a 2 bed/1.5 bath condo with a kitchen the size of a postage stamp? Jeez…
Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell
Taken near the Capitol Records building on Vine St off Hollywood Blvd in Los Angeles. That burger stand does not exist anymore and I’m sure anyone on those Walk of Fame stars is long gone.
This photo is so cool!
Do white Americans get it? Probably not…
I would like to call this series “South St. Louis basements”
A Moment in Music History! Today back in 1967, the first issue of the rock periodical Rolling Stone hit the shelves in San Francisco, CA, with a cover featuring John Lennon, in a still from his upcoming movie How I Won The War, and a free roach clip with every issue.
In the very first edition of the magazine, founder and current chief editor Jann Wenner wrote that Rolling Stone "is not just about the music, but about the things and attitudes that music embraces.”
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